-Tweeps have taken to social media to jubilate over Supreme Court’s decision to throw out the injunction that blocked the #FixTheCountry demonstration from taking place.
Most Ghanaians set May 9, 2021 aside to embark on #FixTheCountry demonstration which was prevented by the national security.
The main motive behind the protest was to get the government accountable as things were gradually falling apart.
The campaign was backed by many notable personalities in Ghana who also expressed their concerns about how the country is being governed currently.
However, the protest was blocked by the National Security Service on the day of the #Fixthecountry’s demonstration.
As a result, the Ghana Police Service secured an injunction from the Accra High Court opposing against the protest.
The Supreme Court of Ghana today, has thrown out the injunction as the #FixTheCountry protesters can now embark on their demonstration.
Ghanaians on social media who are in support of the protest have taken to their various accounts on twitter to celebrate over the good news.
BREAKING NEWS— John Terry Tresh (@JohnTerryTresh) June 8, 2021
Supreme Court sets aside High Court order that “indefinitely” barred #FixTheCountry campaigners from embarking on a street protest #FixTheCountryNow#FixingTheCountryGhana pic.twitter.com/oNbsTat23Y